Emery Walker and the Arts and Crafts Movement

The Friends of Holy Saviour Church invite you to their next “Talk & Tea“ event, when Julie Ashdown, of the Emery Walker Trust, will give an illustrated talk on “Emery Walker and the Arts and Crafts Movement”.

Emery Walker, printer and mentor to William Morris, is credited with the revival of the British printing industry in the early twentieth century. His house on the Thames at Hammersmith is considered to be the best preserved arts and crafts house in the country. Our speaker promises a tale of friendship, socialism, gender equality, celebrities, arts and crafts and scandal.

Sunday 26th January at 3pm in Holy Saviour Church, Radcliffe Road.

Tickets cost £10 (Friends £8) including tea after the talk; tickets are available from Clare Fleck (01462 646257) or at the door.